New York State Energy Plan
The New York State Energy Plan develops analyses and policy recommendations to guide the State in reliably meeting its future energy needs in a cost-effective and sustainable manner while fostering an innovative clean energy economy.
State Energy Plan Strategies
The 2009 New York State Energy Plan included strategies intended to:
- Produce, deliver and use energy more efficiently;
- Support the development of in-State energy supplies;
- Invest in energy and transportation infrastructure to support policy objectives;
- Stimulate innovation in energy technologies to support the transition to a clean energy economy; and
- Engage communities, local governments, neighboring states, and the federal government in energy-related activities.
New York State Agencies
Energy Planning Board
The New York State Energy Planning Board was created by a 2009 law that calls on the Board to complete a new State Energy Plan on or before March 15, 2013. The NYISO serves as a non-voting member of the Board.
The New York Public Service Commission is continuously working to guarantee safe, secure, and reliable access to energy, telecommunications, and water services for New York's citizens and businesses.
New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) is a public benefit corporation created in 1975 under Article 8, Title 9 of the State Public Authorities Law.